Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Spring Restocking

We're working on a top-to-bottom inventory to restock our new online shop. We were offline for awhile, after our previous store host left the business.

Still lots of great Rachel Ashwell bedding available, parts and sets. In complete sheet sets we have some in all sizes, although the fewest complete sets in queen size. We'll list loose pieces once we've determined that there aren't complete sets.

So far, we've got some Chelsea, Blossom, Canterbury and Angelica listed, including a couple of the very popular scalloped Chelsea throw rug.

Thursday, May 2, 2013

Mix and Match with Cotton Sheets

It's getting more difficult to find cotton sheets these days. We still have complete sets in some patterns of the Rachel Ashwell collection, but have been gradually adding some stray single pieces, as we determine which patterns and sizes we no longer have complete sets of.

This is a good opportunity to update an existing set, or mix with solids to bring a different look to your bed. It's an especially nice addition with some of the unique borders on top sheets like Regent Park or Chelsea.

These 100% cotton sheets offer beauty and comfort you won't find in the synthetics that are filling store shelves these days.

Monday, November 21, 2011

Treasure Hunting

Even now, long after the Rachel Ashwell Treasures linens have been discontinued, we still occasionally find some piece at the bottom of a crate that we thought had sold out months or years ago. It's a little like treasure hunting in our own store rooms, and last week we unearthed a couple of Rose Garden duvets in king size.  Fortunately we still have some shams, so we're offering it with and without shams. The shams were only made in standard size.

It's nice to be able to offer this popular pattern again, even if just briefly, before it's gone for good. We have limited supplies in twin and full/queen too. It's a beautiful pale pink, just a whisper of roses, with pale stripes on the back. Almost every week we run out of something, and I suspect these won't be around too long.